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Southwestern Reporter

October 2006

FACULTY ACTIVITIES


ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
  • Panel Moderator, "Immigration, Identity, and the Potential for Social Change," 11th Annual Latino/a Critical Legal Studies Conference (LatCrit XI), UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Las Vegas
  • Interviewed regarding the National Labor Relations Board's decision clarifying who is a "supervisor" and therefore ineligible for union representation, "Air Talk With Larry Mantle," KPCC
PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK
  • Presenter, "Legal Aspects of Muslim non-Muslim Marriage in Indonesia," Conference on Muslim non-Muslim Marriage, Rights and the State in Southeast Asia, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • Participant, Joint Retreat, Council and Accreditation Committee, Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the ABA, Chicago, Illinois
  • Participant, Accreditation Committee Meeting, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, San Diego, California
ASSOCIATE DEAN MICHAEL DORFF
  • The Group Dynamics Theory of Executive Compensation, CARDOZO LAW REVIEW (forthcoming)
PROFESSOR JAMES FISCHER
  • UNDERSTANDING REMEDIES, 2nd ed. (Matthew Bender Publishing, 2006)
  • Speaker, Client Trust Accounts, California State Bar Annual Meeting, Monterey, California
PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST
  • With Amici Like These: Cicero, Quintilian and the Importance of Stylistic Demeanor, 3 JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF LEGAL WRITING DIRECTORS 5 (2006)
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • The Legal Construction of a Politics of Notables: The Double Game of the Patricians of the Indian Bar in the Market of Civic Virtue, 29 RETFÆRD. NORDIC LEGAL JOURNAL 42 (with Y. Dezalay; 2006)
  • Opening Remarks and Panelist, "The Changing Historical Role of Urban Law Schools," After the J.D. Project and Urban Legal Careers, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
  • Featured in "Study Takes Nuanced Look at Three Years Into a Law Career," Los Angeles Daily Journal
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • Panelist, "The Next Big Thing: Hot Issues for 2007 and Beyond," Protecting the First Amendment in Challenging Times, Media Law Resource Center/National Association of Broadcasters/Newspaper Association of America Conference, Alexandria, Virginia
  • Featured in "Take 2: How Former CNN CG David Kohler and Others Redirected Their Careers," GC South
  • "Flag Burning Debate a Waste of Time," "Andrew Young's Speech Lesson," "Free Speech Put to the Test," Commentary Series, Fulton County Daily Report (American Lawyer Media, 2006)
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER
  • SUBDIVISION LAW AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT, Vol. 1, 2nd edition (Thomson West, 2006)


ABA American Bar Association
AALS
Association of American Law Schools
LACBA
Los Angeles County Bar Association
NALP
National Association for Law Placement


PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • As Chair of the ABA Task Force on GATS Legal Services Negotiations, conducted meeting with the U.S. Ambassador to Australia Robert McCallum and others regarding mutual legal profession recognition agreements; Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Services Christopher Melly, Department of Commerce Director of the Office of Service Industries David Long, and Coalition of Service Industries President Robert Vastine to discuss ongoing bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations on legal services, Washington D.C.
  • Speaker, MJP: The Usual Suspects, California State Bar Annual Meeting, Monterey, California
  • Presenter, Transnational Law Practice Issues:  National and International Perspectives and Recent Case Developments in the United States Affecting U.S.-Mexico Legal Practice, U.S.-Mexico Law Institute, St. Augustine, Florida
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Interviewed regarding the elimination of the right of habeas corpus for enemy combatant detainees from the Military Commissions Act of 2006, ABC Radio Network
  • Interviewed concerning the Military Commissions Act of 2006 and other major cases on Supreme Court's fall term docket, KAHL (San Antonio, TX)
  • Interviewed regarding Adam Gadahn's indictment for treason by the U.S. Justice Department, "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • Speaker, Crawford and Beyond: Revisited in Dialogue, Brooklyn Law School (comments from the meeting will be published in the symposium issue of JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY (February 2007))
  • Meeting Participant, DNA Awareness Program, California Forensic Science Institute, California State University, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR ANGELA RILEY
  • Indigenous Peoples and Emerging Protections for Traditional Knowledge in INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND INFORMATION WEALTH (P. Yu, ed.; Praeger Publishers, 2006)
  • Symposium: Tribal Sovereignty in a Post-9/11 World 82 NORTH DAKOTA LAW REVIEW (Fall 2006)
PROFESSOR IRA SHAFIROFF
  • INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE PRACTICE & PROCEDURE DESKBOOK, 3rd ed. - Release no. 16 (Practising Law Institute, February 2006)
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
  • UNDERSTANDING WHITE COLLAR CRIME, 2nd ed. (LexisNexis, 2006)
  • Participant, LSAC Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Issues Committee, Phoenix, Arizona

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV
  • Panelist, "All Star Legal Panel," California Attractions and Parks Association's Annual Conference, Anaheim, California
  • "Littles In Law Program," featured in LA Business Journal and Fox 11 TV spot

SENIOR STAFF

ASSISTANT DEAN GARY GREENER
  • Appointed, Equal Justice Works "e-Guide Advisory Group"


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